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When NASA was asked: "Why should be return to the moon?"
Their answers included the following items:
1) To extend human presence to the moon to enable eventual settlements
2) Test technologies, systems, flight operations, and exploration techniques
3) Expand Earth's economic share, and conduct lunar activities with benefits
to the home planet
LISTEN, Why do you think countries like China, Russia, India, the USA and others are spending MILLIONS OF DOLLARS in the RACE for the moon? To search for water? GET REAL. For example, in the Crater Aristarchus (coordinates: 23.7°N, 47.4°W), which is 28 miles in diameter and 2.2 miles deep, there are reports of transient glows of reddish light. This indicates Radon gas, which has a half life of 3.8 days, which occurs naturally as a decaying product from URANIUM ! To the north of this crater, at times dust clouds are seen which may indicate mining.
NEWS! AUG. 2012 NASA PLANS TO BUILD SPACE PLATFORM ON FAR SIDE OF MOON - COLONIZE
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There is water, hydroxyl, silicon ( used in the manufacturing of transistors and solar cells, titanium, aluminum, calcium, iron, and possibly silver on the moon. The moon's soil, called "regolith" is rich in oxygen. It is estimated that as much as 50% of the moon's surface composition is oxygen contained in silicate material.
The lunar surface is called regolith, a fine dust resulting from billions of years in meteorite bombardment. It is composed of hydrogen, nitrogen, metal oxides, and 40% oxygen by weight. Mr. Larry Clark, a long time employee of a large space contractor has found that by heating moon dust to 800° C, water is produced.
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